The Theatre: The Best Plays: Apr. 28, 1924

These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, stem most important:


OUTWARD BOUND—An unusual cast and production showing that the hereafter has other uses than the base ones of spiritualism.

RAIN—Enormously satisfying, not only because of the acting, but because it confirms everyone's suspicions that a minister is quite human after all.

SUN-UP—A sharp cross-section of the Carolina mountains, trying to digest the late War.

TARNISH—Convincing reversal of the original concept that Eve is to blame.

THE OUTSIDER—A glowing perform-ance by Katherine...

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